Low-key, laid-back and low-rise, Dahab is the Middle East's prime beach resort for independent travellers. This former Bedouin fishing village is now a popular tourist destination—especially for serious windsurfers, who`ll find some of the best conditions in the world off Dahab's beaches. Moreover, Dahab is also home to the Blue Hole, the world's most dangerous dive site. Believe it or not, while descending to a maximum depth of 328 feet and easily accessible from the shore, the Blue Hole, is shielded from the currents, so its waters are relatively calm. As a matter of fact, Dahab is a destination so alluring that some have opted to make it their home soon after visiting.
A perfect introduction of Egypt!. Explore Cairo (delve into this vibrant and energetic city, making a stop at some of the many mosques and palaces; or amuse yourself with the magnificent views of the pyramids of Giza; visiting the capital's medieval markets by Khan El-Khalili, or walk down the Nile promenade), then, fly to Sharm El Sheikh. After that, take a transfer to Dahab (Egyptian town on the southeast coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt, approximately 80 km northeast of Sharm el-Sheikh. Formerly a Bedouin fishing spot, Dahab is now considered to be one of Egypt's most treasured diving destinations). Last but not least, fly to Alexandria (known as 'The Pearl of the Mediterranean', featuring alluring beaches and its world-wide known Bibliotheca Alexandrina, holding more than 8 million books). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
1 Customer Reviews